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. just rubbed some people up the wrong way. also talk that steve baumer is consolidating his grip on the business and steven sinofsky was talked about at one time as a potential ceo for the business. >>> one other story i want to focus on, i don't know how you guys do your thanksgiving dinner, increasingly the big box retailers hope will you have your meal and then go shopping. 8:00 is the opening time for a number of these big box retailers now on thursday as they try to get ahead of the big thanksgiving friday sales. they're expecting lackluster performance in retail sales this year, which is why a number of these businesses like walmart, toys "r" us and sears are opening their doors early late thursday evening. back to you. >> thanks, jeff. seriously? black friday/thursday night? i think i will choke on my turkey. >> we need some balance in our lives. but the economy needs the shoppers. >> whatever. thanks. still ahead on "way too early," steelers get a big win in overtime but what's the cost? well, big ben goes down with a serious shoulder injury. we'll have those highlights c
that as the backdrop. steve, good morning to you. >> peter, very good day to you as well. let me tie in the story with what you've been talking about in the united states, ie, the debate on going after the lection about austerity, about the fiscal cliff. we have our own fiscal cliff in europe. it is called austerity. it is going on especially throughout southern europe. it is designed to get the deficits and these enormous debt to gdp levels under control. the problem, of course, is there a human cost and there is an economic cost. the cost of the human front is unemployment. in spain and greece, for instance, 25% of the people are unemployed. and there is negative growth. in spain today we had negative 1.6% gdp figures. if austerity goes on, the people you see on the pictures are protesting and understandably. they're seeing the standard of living decline aggressively on the back of the tax hikes. it sounds familiar to the debate you're having in the united states. the difference is we're living it now. you're talking about it in the future as well. so the potential ramifications of the fiscal c
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